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Mentoring and coaching: Essential leadership qualities

Mentoring and coaching can be excellent new elements for a manager’s tool kit. Leaders don’t just take the reins of their teams in a big-picture sense. In today’s office environment, it’s important for a manager or supervisor to be someone who … Continue reading

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5 important programs for your workplace

A portion of the company’s time has to be dedicated to fostering an environment in which people want to work. When it comes to running your company, everything can’t be about business. Of course you will want to dedicate most … Continue reading

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Why workplace mentorship is crucial

Mentors are vital to fostering business growth. According to the Business Dictionary, mentoring is defined as an “Employee training system under which a senior or more experienced individual is assigned to act as an advisor, counselor, or guide to a … Continue reading

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Why is a mentorship program so important for your company?

Implementing a mentorship program in your business is key to developing vested, engaged employees. Mentorship programs connect employees with each other, sometimes outside of their respective job roles or expectations. Area vice president of Asia-Pacific for Salesforce Melissa Di Donato believes that … Continue reading

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Want to be a better manager? Think like a coach

If you want to be a better manager, try looking for role models on the court rather than in the corner office. No matter what industry you work in, you can pick up some helpful management tips from top athletic … Continue reading

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